The White Princess - Season 1
Sequel of “The King’s curse”, The White Princess is a 2017 British-American historical fiction television series based on the White Queen's daughter Elizabeth, and her marriage to the Lancaster victor, Henry.
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David Wiegand San Francisco Chronicle
April 14, 2017 Watching Davis and Fairley compete to see who can masticate more scenery makes Princess worth a look.Read in Source
Melissa Camacho Common Sense Media
April 19, 2017 If you like British royal history dramas (and there are quite a few to choose from at this point), The White Princess will prove itself very entertaining.Read in Source
John Anderson Wall Street Journal
April 14, 2017 In addition to taking the chattel's point of view in a world lopsidedly male, The White Princess is a tapestry of soap and backstage politics, with some really marvelous performances.Read in Source
Gwen Ihnat AV Club
April 15, 2017 Some of the situations and characters have been tweaked for dramatic purposes. But the actual events of this story still have enough in play to make this a riveting watch.Read in Source
Sonia Saraiya Variety
April 14, 2017 The drama is an enjoyable, ridiculous romp through the early days of the first Tudor king, Henry VII, and his marriage to Elizabeth of York, the titular white princess.Read in Source
Chelsea Tatham Tampa Bay Times
April 19, 2017 Like Gregory's novels, the series excels in its authentic portrayal of its characters, particularly the women.Read in Source
Laura Hurley CinemaBlend.com
April 20, 2017 I was on the edge of my seat while watching the first few episodes, and I could watch Essie Davis and Michelle Fairley attempt to outmaneuver each other all day long.Read in Source
Shirley Li Entertainment Weekly
April 15, 2017 The series grounds itself in the journey of its titular heroine with a sharp understanding of a new queen's difficult, often precarious position.Read in Source
Melanie McFarland Salon.com
April 14, 2017 Those looking for fire and blood, may want to venture elsewhere. If you're seeking an education, for heaven's sake, crack open a textbook - not a novel.Read in Source
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